My wife and I had been planning our honeymoon for a very long time and we wanted to do things the classic way hence we decided to go to Goa. Goa checked off everything on our lists like beautiful places, beaches, good food, a lot of places to explore and a good party scene. So when we had to plan our trip we got in touch with the TravelTriangle team and they planned Goa in July for a honeymoon. They took all our details, asked us our requirements and planned this amazing trip for us.
A Look At Our Goa Holiday Package
Cost: INR 31300
Duration: 6 Days and 5 Nights
No. Of People: 2 Adults
Inclusions: Breakfast, Dinner, Airport / Railway Transfer, Welcome drink on arrival, TV with cable, English speaking driver, Government taxes, Trip Supplements, Double Accommodation
Exclusions: Single and Triple Accommodation, Lunch, Wifi, Sightseeing, gym, Private Cab
Travel Agent From TravelTriangle: Travel House Solution
6 Days Goa Itinerary
Day 1: Arrival and Check-in
Day 2: South Goa and Old Goa
Day 3: Shopping
Day 4: North Goa and Beaches
Day 5: Shopping
Day 6: Departure
Goa’s Weather In July
Goa in July for honeymoon is perfect if you are a monsoon fan. During our stay, the weather was mostly cloudy and rainy. We truly enjoyed the lovely weather here. It certainly did set the mood right for the honeymoon.
Details Of Our Trip To Goa In July For Honeymoon
During our Honeymoon in Goa in July, we explored a lot of places. Every part of Goa was visited by us starting from old Goa to North Goa, South Goa and more.
1. Spice Farm, South Goa
This was one of the best days of our trip. We traveled to south Goa and visited a spice farm where we saw different spices. We learned a lot about them, their plantation and more. The spice farm tour ended on a delicious note as it was followed by lunch.
2. Aguada Fort
Our trip to Aguada Fort was a lot of fun. We saw the beautiful fort and saw the beautiful coast of Goa. We clicked a lot of pictures here as it is one of the most iconic places of Goa.
3. Anjuna Beach
One of the most popular beaches, Anjuna Beach, made us fall in love with it. We relaxed on the beach, had delicious food and indulged in various activities.
4. Panjim City
Our trip to Panjim city ended with a lot of shopping. We enjoyed this experience here and purchased a whole lot of gifts and souvenirs for our near and dear ones. Here we also took a ferry ride and saw the places that left us awestruck because of their beauty.
Our Hotels In Goa
During our 6 days trip we only stayed at one hotel and here’s how the stay went.
Hotel de Alturas
We really loved this property. It was nice and the staff was really helpful. They took good care of all our needs. The rooms were nice and clean with all the amenities. Even the food was very good that we thoroughly enjoyed eating. Coming back after a long day, we crashed in our rooms that had a sound sleep.
How To Reach Goa From Delhi
We took a flight from Delhi to Goa. It did not take much time and was super comfortable. People can also make use of trains to reach Goa from any part of the country.
Personal Expenses In Goa
Apart from the money that we spent on the package, we only spent like INR 5000 more as personal expenses. Since most of the things were covered in the package we did not have to shell a lot of many.
Shopping In Goa
The shopping experience was very nice here and we indulged in a lot of it. We purchased things like artifacts, cashews, Fanney and lots of other stuff. People can buy several things from the markets of Goa starting from souvenirs to eateries and more.
We tried a lot of restaurants here like Martin cornor, Nvtara, and food here was very nice. Being north Indian, we truly enjoyed the food at Navara and we enjoyed some south dishes as well. There are so many restaurants, cafes and small eateries where people can find delicious food. Goa is a paradise for foodies.
What To Pack For Goa Trip
- Sunscreen is one of the first things that you must pack in your bags
- Sunglasses are the second important thing
- Floral, light, cotton clothes for the hot weather
- Easy footwear like flip-flops, sandals, etc
- Bathing suits and beachwear is again a must
- Mosquitto repellent is also a must
Goa Travel Tips
- For Goa hire a scooter or car is the best option
- Modify your package according to your need agent was really helpful
- Do not stick to popular destinations only. Go offbeat
- Do pay a visit to the old churches and houses here
- Always keep cash handy
Our Experience With TravelTriangle
Our experience with TravelTriangle was absolutely amazing. They really took care of all that we wanted and created an itinerary for us which was a lot of fun. Our honeymoon has a lot of leisure days where we could do whatever we wanted to do as well as days of sightseeing and ticking off things from the bucket-list. We cannot thank the team enough for the beautiful experiences.
Goa in July for a honeymoon is a great time. We truly enjoyed our honeymoon and could not have asked for anything better. We made beautiful memories, spent an amazing time exploring the best of Goa. We did a lot of sightseeing and fested on yummy food. TravelTriangle really did make honeymoon very special. If you tall want a similar expereince then plan your Goa trip with TravelTriangle and get ready for a great time.
Common Questions You May Want To Know
A. Goa’s weather is a lot more pleasant and a lot less hot. It is cooler because monsoons are soon arriving.
A. September is a good time to visit Goa. There would still be rains that not too much that you would have to cancel your plans.
A. Of course, it is a good time to visit the Dudhsagar falls. During the monsoons, the falls are in their full glory.
A. Peak summer months can be very hot. People can go during the month of July, August, and from October to February.
A. Summer clothes, beachwear, sunscreen, sunglasses, insect repellent, hats, caps are a must pack.